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I'm probably over simplifying this but does the Proportional Symbol Chart not give you this if you use the Size, Color and Location attributes? You can change the ring size and color etc in the style sheet but this is the basic effect.
Thank you StuBouyer and Andy Kirby. Both the ideas look good.
@StuBouyer - The JS function, IbComposer_drawBullseye, is the best solution. In the function, we can set the center latitude/longitude, set radius of multiple circles and colors for each circle. Somehow, it is not rendering for me. I am still working on it.
@Andy Kirby - If the above solution doesn't work then I guess this may be a workaround. This require creating dummy data. For ex, if I want 3 circles, then the data would have 3 records with same latitude/longitude and different measures values. If I put the measure field in the Color bucket then the concentric circles will render. I'll have to see if it is possible to control the size of the circles.This message has been edited. Last edited by: WFConsultant,
The function, IbComposer_drawBullseye, only works on the Google maps (No ESRI or Leeflet) It works only in App Studio (No InfoAssist)
Fex (geo_con_circles.fex): ------------------------- This fex is not mandatory for the concentric circles. This put customers on the map.
SET ASNAMES = ON
TABLE FILE WF_RETAIL SUM ID_CUSTOMER COMPUTE MARKER/A10 = 'blueicon'; BY ID_CUSTOMER BY ADDRESS_LATITUDE AS LATITUDE BY ADDRESS_LONGITUDE AS LONGITUDE WHERE CITY_NAME EQ 'Dallas' WHERE STATE_PROV_NAME EQ 'Texas' WHERE BUSINESS_REGION EQ 'North America' ON TABLE PCHOLD FORMAT XML END
HTML(geo_con_circles.htm): ------------------------- Created a Request, geo_con_circles, to read the above fex. Put Map control on the canvas. In the map control settings, did the following. Center Location: Dynamic Location Type: Latitude/Longitude Request: geo_con_circles Visible: Checked Image/Tooltip: Tooltip Source Type: Constant Value.
Put a button on the canvas.